misanalysis

misanalysis

(ˌmɪsəˈnælɪsɪs)
n
a wrong or improper analysis
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There's not a word about the most profoundly damaging misanalysis of the whole election: the Clinton campaign's insanely ironic fear, during the last days, that Trump might win the popular vote but lose in the Electoral College.
Just as Ball responds to a perception of long-standing misanalysis, designers also respond to what they view as inadequate approaches.
Chapters include empirical data and historical background on violence against black women; critiques of both mainstream media and the anti-violence movement's silence or misanalysis of the problem; alternative analytical frameworks; and examples of resistance to the perpetuation of such violence.
At worst, it can lead to misanalysis, poor decision making, and disastrous organizational outcomes.
Finally, in perhaps the most serious misanalysis in the book, Klein takes on the question of Lebanon and Hezbollah.
In most cases, he argues, claims of effective reforms are based on either a misanalysis of test scores or the selection of advantaged students into reform programs.
Sound change, misanalysis, and analogy in the Bantu causative.
The instructor pilot failed to command the proper out-of-control flight recovery inputs, either prematurely applying antispin controls or doing nothing due to misanalysis of his aircraft's flight condition.
The errors and inaccuracies students hear are likely to reinforce their own misanalysis of the target language, thus creating a vicious circle.
39) CEE's ability to avoid this same anomalous result, on the other hand, arguably depends on its misanalysis of sex equality doctrine.
The Ellison court noted that the serious psychological or other injury required in other circuits was the result of their misanalysis of a quotation in Meritor from Rogers, which explained that "|o~ne can readily envision workplace environments so heavily polluted with discrimination as to destroy completely the emotional and psychological stability of minority group workers," Meritor, 477 U.
Perhaps more worrisome is the fact that no principles have been isolated that distinguish learner errors that are not based on misanalysis from those that are.